EMBRACE RENEWED AND STRENGTHENED MOVEMENT TOWARDS A LIMITLESS YOU
When it comes to working out, having a good range of motion in your muscles and joints helps. Our mobility training program, which consists of both yoga and FRC, is designed to help you attain that optimal range of motion much more effectively. We emphasize quality over quantity by utilizing functional training exercises that are sure to challenge your body and improve your strength, stability, balance, and much, much more, and get you moving forward toward your fitness and health goals much more comfortably.
MOVE TO IMPROVE
Practicing yoga offers a wide range of physical, mental, and emotional benefits.
ENHANCED BALANCE AND STABILITY
INCREASED BODY AWARENESS
IMPROVED BREATHING PATTERNS
ENHANCED MENTAL FOCUS AND CLARITY
PROMOTION OF MIND-BODY BALANCE
SUPPORTS EMOTIONAL HEALTH
BOOSTED IMMUNE FUNCTION
ALLEVIATION OF CHRONIC PAIN
SUPPORTS SLEEP QUALITY
ENCOURAGES MINDFULLNESS AND PRESENT MOMENT AWARENESS
To read up more on each Improved Flexibility: Regular yoga practice gradually increases flexibility by stretching and lengthening muscles, tendons, and ligaments, leading to improved range of motion. Increased Strength: Many yoga poses require engaging various muscle groups, leading to improved strength, particularly in the core, arms, legs, and back. Enhanced Balance and Stability: Yoga poses often challenge balance and proprioception, improving coordination and stability, which can be beneficial for preventing falls and injuries. Better Posture: Yoga encourages awareness of body alignment and helps strengthen the muscles responsible for maintaining proper posture, leading to improved alignment and reduced risk of postural issues. Stress Reduction: Yoga incorporates breathwork, meditation, and mindfulness practices that can help reduce stress, promote relaxation, and improve overall mental well-being. Increased Body Awareness: Through mindful movement and breath awareness, yoga cultivates a deeper connection between the mind and body, fostering greater self-awareness and body consciousness. Improved Breathing Patterns: Yoga emphasizes conscious breathing techniques (pranayama) that can enhance lung capacity, oxygenation of tissues, and overall respiratory function. Enhanced Mental Focus and Clarity: Yoga practices, such as meditation and concentration techniques, can sharpen mental focus, improve cognitive function, and promote mental clarity and alertness. Promotion of Mind-Body Balance: Yoga philosophy emphasizes the integration of mind, body, and spirit, promoting holistic well-being and a sense of balance and harmony. Supports Emotional Health: Yoga can help manage anxiety, depression, and other mental health conditions by promoting relaxation, emotional regulation, and a sense of inner peace and contentment. Boosted Immune Function: Some studies suggest that regular yoga practice may boost the immune system's functioning, potentially reducing the risk of illness and promoting overall health. Alleviation of Chronic Pain: Yoga has been shown to alleviate chronic pain conditions, such as lower back pain, arthritis, and migraines, by reducing inflammation, improving mobility, and promoting relaxation. Supports Sleep Quality: Yoga can help improve sleep quality by reducing stress, promoting relaxation, and calming the nervous system, leading to better overall sleep patterns. Encourages Mindfulness and Present Moment Awareness: Yoga encourages practitioners to cultivate mindfulness and presence, fostering a deeper connection to the present moment and increased appreciation for life.
(FUNCTIONAL RANGE CONDITIONING)
Functional Range Conditioning (FRC) is a system of mobility training developed by Dr. Andreo Spina. Here are some of the benefits associated with practicing FRC:
IMPROVED JOINT HEALTH
INCREASED MOBILITY AND FLEXIBILITY
ENHANCED BODY CONTROL AND AWARENESS
CUSTOMIZABLE AND SCALABLE
APPLICABLE TO VARIOUS POPULATIONS
COMPLIMENTARY TO OTHER TRAINING MODALITIES
LONG-TERM JOINT HEALTH AND FUNCTIONALITY
To get more specific Improved Joint Health: FRC focuses on improving joint health by enhancing joint strength, flexibility, and resilience. This can lead to decreased risk of injuries and improved longevity of joint function. Increased Mobility and Flexibility: FRC uses progressive and systematic methods to improve mobility and flexibility in specific joints and movement patterns. This can help individuals achieve greater ranges of motion and better movement quality. Enhanced Body Control and Awareness: FRC emphasizes proprioception and body awareness, helping individuals develop better control and coordination over their movements. This can translate to improved performance in sports, activities of daily living, and reduced risk of falls or accidents. Injury Prevention: By increasing joint strength, stability, and range of motion, FRC can help prevent injuries, especially in athletes or individuals engaging in physical activities that require dynamic movement patterns. Pain Reduction: FRC exercises often target areas of the body that are prone to stiffness, tightness, or discomfort. Through consistent practice, FRC can help alleviate pain and discomfort associated with poor movement patterns or musculoskeletal imbalances. Customizable and Scalable: FRC exercises can be customized to target specific areas of the body or address individual movement limitations. Additionally, the difficulty of exercises can be adjusted to accommodate different fitness levels and progress over time. Applicable to Various Populations: FRC principles can be applied to individuals of all ages and fitness levels, from athletes looking to improve performance to older adults aiming to maintain mobility and independence. Complementary to Other Training Modalities: FRC can complement other forms of exercise and training, such as strength training, yoga, or Pilates, by addressing mobility and movement quality to enhance overall physical performance and well-being. Long-Term Joint Health and Functionality: Consistent practice of FRC can contribute to long-term joint health and functionality, promoting overall well-being and quality of life, especially as individuals age. Evidence-Based Approach: FRC is based on scientific principles of biomechanics, anatomy, and physiology, making it a credible and effective approach to improving mobility and joint function.